By Simeon Okworide
The people of Iyede-Ame, a coastal village in Isoko nation has cries out to the governor of Delta state, Senator Ifeanyi Okowa, for not constructing a passable road to their village.
The cry became necessary as non-passable road in the area is depriving them a lot of things as majority of them do not know what goes around within the Isoko nation as there is no access road for them to access other places is worrisome.
Sources revealed that non construction of access road in the area has deprived their women from getting married to other Isoko persons, meaning that Governor Okowa has deprived them from everything, including other social funs, because with no passable road, the government of Delta state headed by Senator Ifeanyi Okowa has deprived them their political, economic and social rights as enshrined in the Nigerian Constitution.
Sources further revealed that the only available source of transportation in the area was a pontoon constructed, just after the civil war as the only means of movement which is seriously begging for repairs at the moment and there is no help from anywhere as all pleas to Governor Okowa for access road with a bridge fell on deaf ear.
The elders of the community complaints that their female children could not get married, inspite of their beauty because they cannot access other places in Isoko, not to mention other places is something to worry about.
They concluded that the only way out, is a road with a standard bridge